Week Seventeen – Munchy 3/6 Strip Meal

Cost – £2.99/£3.60 (Three and Six Strips Meal)

(For review purposes, the 6 strip meal was consumed.)

Where do I start?

I’ll start at the end.

Just buy this and experience it for yourself. No words can really describe it, but I’ll try. It’s chicken that’d boneless, spicy, filled to the brim with food and filled with a great taste. This is the true “chicken experience”.

Go large on the six strip meal and you’re receiving a ridiculous amount of food for about £4. You can also get the strips seperately as well – three for £1.50. Once again, an absolute bargain.

BLAP BLAP CHICKEN STRIPS BLAP BLAP. Give it a try, and be surprised.

As a wise lady once said – “You never lose by loving. You always lose by holding back.”

Rating out of MUNCH MUNCH



With a value score of 10/10

Week Sixteen – Munchy 6 Wings Meal

Cost – £3.00

I’m not going to lie, I was super skeptical entering this meal. As I’ve mentioned time and time before on this very blog, chicken bones just aren’t my thing, so naturally the six wings meal sounded like general hell for me.

I was pretty surprised by the meal, and in a good way.

The wings themselves have a nice spice to them, and unlike most boned meals on which I have a problem with it never outstays it’s welcome. The wings themselves are small, hence why you are receiving six for £3.00 or so with fries. The wings are a nice shot of chicken, with a great texture and great center of taste. It’s also not too greasy, which means the fear of having greasy hands isn’t too bad. It’s a good tasting meal and feels clean, unlike most greasy bone on the chicken. It never outstays it’s welcome, it’s quite nice and has a good shot of spice with it. For £3.00, it’s pretty good and offers some good value. You’re also receiving fries and drinks as well as the wings just for £3.00.

Munchy 6 Wings Meal!

Overall I was really surprised. It’s a good tasting meal and at £3.00 it’s great value and you receive six great tasting, not very greasy wings. However, whilst good tasting, it’s kind of pale and small and you can get much more filling meals and better meals that fully represent the “new taste experience”. However at £3, it’s pretty hard to fully complain about it not being filling enough and offers some seriously great value and if you love chicken on the bone, then this is a great way to experience a meal at Munch Munch.

As a wise man once said – “Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.”

Now excuse me whilst I watch the rest of Coyote Ugly. What is up with the smooth talking, romantic good-haired and humoured European/Australian man in most American romantic films?

Rating out of MUNCH MUNCH



With a value score of 9/10

Week Fifteen – Munchy Popcorn Meal

Cost – £3.30

Welcome back to the second year of The Munch Commitment! It’s really exciting to be back on an uncomfortable university standard chair to write to you, the prized consumer, about fried chicken at Munch Munch.

Without further ado, let’s pick up where we left off with the Munchy Popcorn Meal! Priced at a modest £3.30, the popcorn meal is a favourite among many of my friends and I certainly agree with them, to an extent.

A little preface, this is still a good hearty meal. The popcorn itself is tasty, hot with a fairly good tasting centre and the breaded chicken has a great texture to it as you make your way to the core, unlike that of the nugget meal. It’s a shame this meal is largely brought down by it’s moderate taste, which while good – is very similar to that of the boned chicken. It does not offer that ‘whole new chicken experience’. That being said, a large amount of popcorn chicken was given meaning great value and the breaded chicken really do make this taste better then it should have any reason to be.

The Munchy Popcorn breaded chicken is exceptionally well crafted.

It really lacks what Munch Munch offers in spades with some of their other meals, in the fact that it lacks that special edge that other meals have – such as the model Crunchy Munch Burger. It’s a very dry meal and has a very flat stereotypical taste which means that the whole meal is brought down because of it and personally, I wish it had a tiny tinge of spice in the meal. It makes a wonderful first impression (and indeed a wonderful second impression with the great breaded chicken) by the meal itself smelling amazing. It’s not to say that this meal is a bad meal, it is a very satisfying meal with a lot given and also a great texture, but is truly let down by the core taste.

A lot of popcorn is included in the dish and is great value all-around.

Overall it was personally hard to decide if this meal should receive a 6/10 or 7/10. I was torn between the great breaded chicken and the mediocre and dryness of the taste itself. After a lot of consideration, I decided to squeeze it into just a 7/10 to the great breaded chicken and a great sense of value. It’s really impressive how much you receive and makes for a meal that I personally wouldn’t mind eating when on a friendly trip to Munch Munch. It is only let down by the average taste.

As a wise man once said – “Idleness is ever the root of indecision.”

Rating out of MUNCH MUNCH



With a value score of 9/10

Feature – Munch Munch and Loyalty

Hey guys! Hope your summer is all dandy and well. To be honest, here in the United Kingdom, we haven’t had much of a summer as mother nature has decided she doesn’t like us.

Anyway, I went back to Leicester for a day to do other important business and popped into Munch Munch. Nevertheless, the Munch man was very excited to see me which is always a huge offer and gave me these new secret, pre-release cards that I’m sharing to you, the all important reader.

Oh snap!

The Munch Commitment rolls on people! We’re back on your screens early October 2011 with an all new, re-defining season of The Munch Commitment! Stay tuned dolls and thanks for sticking with the number one chicken blog on the internet!

Advertisement – Billy Joel and a story of a lecturer

Hey guys! It’s summer but that doesn’t stop our advertisers uh I mean partners! Billy Joel personally has endorsed The Munch Commitment, and has released a new music video to celebrate the uh, anniversary of his hit single – ‘We Didn’t Start The Fire!’

The music video tells a gripping tale of a wet behind the ears lecturer who’s struggling to keep his job as a history lecturer. How will he get out of this predicament? Find out as he retells history in this music video!


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